The wait for GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition is almost over, and many fans can't wait to see what Rockstar has done to the games. Although many fans can't wait to play these games, some are skeptical about how the games will turn out. The game has received a lot of hype, and many fans are scared that they won't live up to their expectations.
Earlier, Rockstar Games had limited resources as the computing power of the systems in those days was not as good. Despite the limitations, the company released some fantastic games that many players will cherish for years to come. With the Trilogy release getting close, fans are worried that the remasters won't keep up to their expectations.
Here are five ways in which GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition might leave fans unhappy
5) Graphics not being up to the mark
The main feature that Rockstar has marketed for in GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition is the graphics. Many players aren't pleased with the graphics they have seen in the trailer of the games. Rockstar has tried to maintain the original aesthetic of the game, but in that attempt, many fans believe the game looks too cartoony.
4) Missing soundtracks
The soundtracks in the classic GTA trilogy are what make the games as special as they are. Many players remember the tunes as they drove around the three cities and connected the feeling to the environment of the game. It has been 20 years now and Rockstar has lost rights to many of the licenses of the songs in the game. It might be disappointing for players to get into a car to find out their favorite tunes are missing from the radio stations they love
3) Censorship conflicts
GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition has a few things taken out of the game for censorship. Things like extremely explicit advertisements, radio stations, language and billboards will be censored of made less offensive which makes a game like GTA lose its charm. Players who play GTA are known to enjoy violence and explicit content in the game and removing them can disappoint fans. One of the things that fans are disappointed about is the fact that the confederate flag has been removed from Phil Cassidy’s t shirt which used to be a part of his character.
2) High prices
Many fans think that the GTA Trilogy remaster is priced relatively high for an old game that is being repackaged and sold. With a price tag of almost $60, many fans believe it is a little too expensive for a game that is around 20 years old now.
Fans expected the game to be more reasonable, but Rockstar has set a heavy price on a game, which can be why many fans don't buy the game.
1) No extra content
The original GTA Trilogy is loved by almost everyone who has played the games. When Rockstar announced the Definitive Edition, fans were pleased to play their favorite game in a new look.
Many players do expect to see some new features in the remasters. Some extra missions, new vehicles and fresh Easter eggs are something many fans are expecting. It would be disappointing to find out that there is no new content added to the games.
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